Protecting children online

Brief Overview: A suite of courses aimed to support schools with a range of safeguarding functions.
Facilitator:

Tim Rogers is one of the leading authorities in the UK for the protection of children. He is a former Detective for Warwickshire Police, as well as being a Graduate of the CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre) Academy.

He provides consultant training for a variety of bodies across the UK and has considerable experience in delivering training including: Introduction to Child Protection; Level 1 to 4 Child Protection/ Safeguarding training; DSO (Education and All Sectors).

Who is it suitable for: Head teachers/ Senior and middle leaders

What is the intended impact for you?

What will you take away with you? e.g. resources, learning points etc.

Increased understanding and awareness of child protection and safeguarding issues.

 

Course title Date Time Brief Outline

Protecting children online

(£75 per delegate)

25/05/17 1pm-4pm To enable education staff to develop awareness of current safeguarding issues for children and young people using new technologies (for activities such as gaming, social networking, cyber bullying and accessing inappropriate material) and to develop effective strategies to increase the resilience of children and young people in the local area.By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the benefits and risks for children and young people who access the internet, social media, mobile phones and games
  • List a range of websites which may create additional risks and vulnerabilities for children and young people online
  • Explain and use the online grooming features model to child protection work
  • List vulnerable groups of children and young people who access the online world
  • Describe the potential for risk and harm for children and young people who access the internet, social media, mobile phones and games
  • Explain and relate how technology can be used in assessment, treatment and support for children and young people
  • Describe and apply  a number of tools and resources for children and young people to use to enhance their online resilience
  • Demonstrate how to apply the practical skills to your work with children, families, carers and foster carers